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Location : Georgia - Atlanta
Refer to Job # FBQV769442
This large national firm strives to combine lifestyle concerns with its demanding clientele. A full service firm with an exceptionally strong e-commerce/technology practice, this firm is looking for attorneys with whom it can create a career-long relationship. This is done through vigorous recruiting at top law schools and through the many unique perks offered to its employees. As this firm continues its agressive expansion, it remains dedicated to maintaining a collegial and diverse atmosphere.
Discovery Project Attorney Duties: Assist in complex document reviews, legal research/analysis, and other projects. Review and analyze documents using a variety of online review tools, including Relativity. Analyze and apply subjective coding of privileged and responsive documents. Perform 2nd tier review or quality control on a document review. Index and organize documents. Retrieve and review documents and respond to case needs as necessary. Perform special projects as assigned. Create, revise and update privilege logs. Review, code and redact documents for confidentiality. Draft memoranda regarding the status of projects or issues presented by a project. Maintain current and accurate time entry (InTapp) records and TargetCW Webcenter timesheets.
Qualifications: JD Degree. Licensed to practice law and in good standing in the state in which they are employed. 3+ years of document review experience or equivalent substantive litigation experience. Knowledge of and adherence to the Firm s policies and procedures, including established Best Practices. Legal analysis skills. Familiarity with e-discovery review platforms and tools. Detail oriented. Ability to effectively express yourself, both orally and in writing. Ability to establish effective working relationships throughout the Firm.
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